Do we have a common mechanism for measuring time in the hundreds of millisecond range? Evidence from multiple-interval timing tasks.

@article{Merchant2008DoWH,
  title={Do we have a common mechanism for measuring time in the hundreds of millisecond range? Evidence from multiple-interval timing tasks.},
  author={Hugo Merchant and Wilbert Zarco and Luis Galarraga Del Prado},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 2},
  pages={939-49}
}
In the present study we examined the performance variability of a group of 13 subjects in eight different tasks that involved the processing of temporal intervals in the subsecond range. These tasks differed in their sensorimotor processing (S; perception vs. production), the modality of the stimuli used to define the intervals (M; auditory vs. visual), and the number of intervals (N; one or four). Different analytical techniques were used to determine the existence of a central or distributed… CONTINUE READING